Inspired by leap motion applications

What it does

User can their gesture to control motor, speaker, and led matrix.

How we built it

Use arduino to control motor, speaker, led matrix and use Bluetooth to connect with computer that is connected to Oculus and leap-motion.

Challenges we ran into

Put augmented reality overlay onto the things that we want to control.

Accomplishments that we're proud of

Successfully controlled their components using gestures.

What we learned

How to make use of Oculus and Leap-motion.

What's next for Augmented Reality Control Experience (ARCX)

People with disabilities can use this technology to control their technologies such as turning on lights and playing music.

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Hello to all!

This is Desmond from ARCX.

ARCX is not really a completed project, and we are seeking for great minds that will join us and help us to achieve a better user's experience, including real-time no latency object detection, real AR (not the bulky VR with a 720P webcam lmao), and of course, real-world compatibility. If you want to join us / give us some useful suggestions, please please please remember to leave a message to

We are all looking forward to your great ideas!

Keep Hacking, Runze Zuo

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